The Sitio Boracay

Station1 Brgy., Balabag, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, 5608, Philippines
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peaceful station 3

by snoopytoo

is it true that station 3 is now peaceful and more quiet than the other 2 stations? i've read sirrena's post on angol point and i've looked at resorts near that place and found blue mango inn. i've checked its reviews on and they seem to be recommended by the guests. i'm just not sure if these reviews are really true or just made up to pump up their ad. will you suggest this place or have any other place in mind?

Re: peaceful station 3

by giampiero6

Yes, it is true that station 3 is more peaceful and quiet than the other two stations. I don't know the other resorts you mention, but I was just recently there (at shagri la, then at renaissance) and 3 was quieter and more relaxed than 1 or 2.

Re: peaceful station 3

by Ginda

Yes, Station 3 is quieter than 1 & 2. Station 2 has more of the nearby places to browse, stores, restaurants,bars, etc.

Re: peaceful station 3

by boredoffboracay

LETS USE YOUR LOGIC...all hotel reviews are pumped up, so then decide without the reveiws...diba..

Re: peaceful station 3

by snoopytoo

thank you for taking the time out to read and answer my query. GBU! (God Bless U)

Re: peaceful station 3

by snoopytoo

Tnx Ginda! GBU!

Re: peaceful station 3

by CatBurglar

Yes, that's true. The area past station 3 towards the southern end of the beach is nice and peaceful, clean beach without so many vendors, and more affordable. If you don't like the crowds and noise, it is a good part of the beach to stay. Blue Mango is a nice small hotel.

Re: peaceful station 3

by sirenna

This blog is pretty spot on describing Angol, south of station 3.

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

There's room for everyone

by cyndayco

There is an amazing range of hotels, cottages and hovels. In Boat Station 3, your money goes a long way (and so will you, because it's a long walk to the better bars and restaurants). Boat Station 2 offers bigger rooms and greater accessibility. But for the true paradise feel, stay in Boat Station 1. Sure, the real estate here is expensive, but at the right time of day, you can have the beach all to yourself. Unlike Bali with its many temples and natural wonders, Boracay's main (and some say, only) attraction is White Beach. It's a stretch of ultra-fine white sand that you can cover in 45 minutes, if you can resist the many bars, cafes, shops and massage touts that line it.

Talk - Ilongo

by Skye_Miles

The main language in Panay is Ilongo but, in Boracay, they speak their own language Aklanon, the language of Aklan. Its vocabulary and grammar is a little bit, but not very much, different from Tagalog spoken in Manila.

Beach Volleyball

by Dreks

If you are in groups you can create small teams and play beach volley ball. Volley ball posts are well located along the beach, not sure though about where to get the nets. heheh. Or if you are confident and outgoing enough, or even just for fun, make yourself available and volunteer to join the locals and/or fellow travellers for an exciting fun-filled game. At the least, be a cheerful spectator.

Other parts of the island

by VTShounen

Though most people stick to the west side of the island with the incredible beach, there are lots to do in other parts of the island. Good diving can be had in the north, a quieter beach on the east, horseback riding in the middle, not to mention the village and the people who actually live there permanently.


by joysweet about D'Mall

D'Mall is practically a landmark in the island - being the only organized mall that is. Most of the major retailers and restaurants are here. Lonely Planet - for great souvenier shirts; PJ Arandor (sp?) - for crafts; various restaurants (international selection) for local souveniers, expect to pay 30-40% more than if you get similar items at Talipapa (Station 3)


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